Just As I Thought

A Short Pause

Well, it’s time for DC Shorts! I’ll take a little blog break for the next couple of days.
Tickets are selling well, each of the 3 screenings has sold 2/3 of the theatre! There’s still time to pick up your ticket before we sell out — go to www.dcshorts.com and purchase them online, or take a chance and get tickets at the door.
We had great reviews in DC City Paper and Northwest Current! I’m so excited!
I’m off this morning to shop for the festival then stress myself out setting up and hoping everything will go off as I expect… look, that vein is already standing out on my forehead. Yikes.

Thirty seven short films. Six categories. Three creative days.Hey, film fans! I’m co-producing a film festival in Washington DC for short films — cleverly titled "DC Shorts." And you’re all invited!

Join me at 7pm on September 10 at Poste Brasserie, located in the Hotel Monaco at 555 8th Street, NW — that’s across the street from MCI Center — for a gala kickoff party. Take Metro to the Gallery Place station. No admission charge. Cash bar… but if you’re nice to me and mention my blog, I might just buy you a drink!

Then, on Saturday, September 11, we’ll have 3 screenings of witty, intelligent, dramatic, emotional, and just plain fun films. The screenings will be at Flashpoint Arts Center, 916 G Street NW — again, a block away from MCI Center and across the street from the Martin Luther King library. Gallery Place or Metro Center stations.
On Sunday the 12th, we’ll have a laidback filmmaker’s breakfast at Flashpoint, where we’ll announce the award winners!

On Monday the 13th, I’m gonna just collapse and sleep for a few days.

Learn more, see the schedule of films, and order tickets at www.dcshorts.com. Get your tickets soon!Got Quicktime? View a sample of the short films.

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